Jason and Holland are traditional working narrowboats that are now used for sightseeing tours. Depart from Jason's Wharf in Little Venice for the one-and-a-half hour round trip that takes you along the Regent's Canal to the busy Camden Lock Market.
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Opposite 42, Blomfield RoadLittle VeniceLondonW9 2PD
- +44 20 7286 3428
Wanted to do something different yet relaxing for the husbands birthday. We have been wanting to experience a narrow boat ever since we watched 'Tim & Pru's - Great Canal Journeys' But before taking the plunge to manoeuvre a narrow boat ourselves, I thought it may help our confidence to experience it first with someone else in charge.
Jason's runs every day, but on the weekends it's...more
Great trip, great people, great fun.
People were nice, had a London Pass so it was free, learned a lot about the canal people.more
I simply cannot say enough about this most excellent way to spend an afternoon. Board at their slip and sit back and enjoy a ride to Camden Market. This excursion offers great value so I expect it will continue to increase in popularity. One of the best boating cruises I've ever taken and I take them wherever I go. I'm a huge fan of Jason's Trip!!!!
I encourage them to speak less about...more
Located between Little Venice and Camden Town Jason's Trip offers a way to see London that most natives don't even know about. I rode a round trip journey (8£ one way, 9£ return trip) from Camden Town to Little Venice and back and enjoyed it immensely. The commentary was interesting and the views were great.
Of note: there is no commentary from Camden Town to Little Venice (only on the...more
So you want to go on a canal cruise in Venice but you're short of a few hundred bob or two? Well, you CAN go to Venice, and you don't even have to leave the city. Confused?
Jason's runs sublime little boat has been running guided tours between Jason's Wharf in Little Venice and Cafe Crema in Camden for over 50 years now. Learn about the waterways from the 1800s to present day, put your feet...more